Scorpion season is officially upon us and billboards for Drake's upcoming album are popping up throughout Toronto.

While the billboards don't offer too much details besides a release date of June 29, they do showcase some cryptic messages that have fans shuffling to figure out what they mean. One billboard features a large owl battling a scorpion, while another ad features the same animals plus the phrase, "Is There More."

The consensus among fans is that Drizzy is gearing up to release a double-album, especially since one of the billboards features "A Side B Side." While it's uncertain if the 6 God actually has a double-CD dropping, it's clear Drake has something up his sleeve.

Other billboards in the campaign include an ad that reads, "Changing From Boy to a Man" and "Don't Hit Me When You Hear This," leading some to believe the Toronto MC may also have a Pusha-T diss in the works.

The beef between the two has been confirmed squashed by Pusha and Rap-A-Lot Records CEO J. Prince, but the CEO did say Drake had a Pusha diss recorded. "I don't think it would leak because [Drake] gave his word," Prince said. "Me knowing Drake like I know him, he has a word and until I see differently, I will believe differently."

Check out the Scorpion billboards below.

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